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重庆市妇幼保健院在哪里重庆九院几级Rice Urges Pakistan to Act on Terror美促巴履行调查孟买恐袭合作承诺 U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is urging Pakistan to follow through on its promise to cooperate with the investigation into the Mumbai terrorist attack. In a series of nationally broadcast interviews, Rice stressed the need for concrete action by the Pakistani government. 美国国务卿赖斯敦促巴基斯坦履行有关对孟买恐怖事件调查给予合作的承诺。星期天在一系列对全美国播出的采访中,赖斯强调了巴基斯坦政府采取具体行动的必要性。The secretary of state visited both India and Pakistan last week in an effort to diffuse tensions after the siege in Mumbai that claimed more than 170 lives. 赖斯国务卿上个星期为了化解孟买袭击事件之后在印度和巴基斯坦之间出现的紧张气氛而访问了印巴两国。那次袭击导致170多人死亡。Indian officials have said they believe the terrorists had ties to Pakistan. Pakistan's leaders have denied any official link. But Secretary Rice said that is no excuse for inaction. 印度官员认为恐怖主义分子和巴基斯坦有关联。巴基斯坦领导人则否认同恐怖分子有任何官方联系。但是赖斯表示,这不是不采取行动的理由。"I did say to the Pakistanis that the argument these are non-state actors is not acceptable," said Condoleezza Rice. "In fact, non-state actors acting from your territory is still your responsibility." 她说:“我确实对巴基斯坦表示过,没有国家层次的人参与其中的说法是不能接受的。事实上,非国家层次的人从你们的领土上策划行动仍然是你们的责任。”During an appearance on the A television program This Week, Rice said India had a right to take - what she called - effective action in response to the attack. But she made clear there are limits. 赖斯在接受美国广播公司“本星期”电视节目采访的时候说,印度为了回应恐怖袭击,有权采取有效行动,但是她同时表示,也存在一定的界限。"I understand the frustration and the anger in India," she said. "In fact, it felt a little bit to me like the ed States post 9/11. I certainly understand that. But in this case, there are actions India could take that would make the situation worse." 赖斯说:“我理解印度国内的挫折感和愤怒。事实上,我感到这有点像9/11事件后的美国。我当然理解这一点。但是,在这件事上,印度采取的行动也有可能让情况变得更遭。”Rice emphasized the need for cooperation across the board, noting India and Pakistan must act in concert with each other. 赖斯强调了进行全面合作的必要性,她表示,印度和巴基斯坦必须携手行动。Speaking on the N program Meet the Press, U.S. President-elect Barack Obama said it is important for everyone in the region to work together to deal with a common terrorist threat. 在接受全国广播公司“与媒体会面”节目的采访时,当选总统奥巴马说,在面对共同的恐怖主义威胁时,南亚地区的所有国家共同努力是非常重要的。"We need a strategic partnership with all the parties in the region - Pakistan and India and the Afghan government - to stamp out the kind of militant, violent terrorists-extremists that have set up base camps and are operating in ways that threaten everybody in the international community," said Barack Obama. 他说:“我们需要和那一地区的所有各方,包括巴基斯坦、印度和阿富汗政府,建立战略伙伴关系,来消灭好战的、暴力的恐怖主义极端份子。他们在那里建立了他们的营地,发起行动,对国际社会的所有人都构成威胁。”The president-elect said Pakistan's leaders have sent the right signals. He said they understand the threat, adding he hopes to establish the kind of close working relationship between the ed States and Pakistan that makes both countries safer. 奥巴马表示,巴基斯坦领导人发出了正确的信号。他说,他们了解威胁的严重性。奥巴马还补充说,他希望美国和巴基斯坦建立起一种密切的工作关系,让两个国家更加安全。200812/58359重庆妇保医院环境 Bailout: What's next Even though the rescue plan has passed, some experts don't see the economy improving until the second half of . Wall Street’s reaction to the bailout bill was tearing as soon as the House passed it a market rally faded. “Almost like celebrated with the innumerous family gets there you really you know it’s hard to sell the innumerous that’s fantastic and that’s really ….or so ”And the patient has a host to vomits. For one, closing credit markets causing banks to tie landed on a mediate problem. The hope of the bailout package should solve that freezing market. But economists say borrow walls won’t feel right away. Some could be starting to see money as soon as next week but that’s gonna be larger companies first, it’s gonna be taking longer to get to those really main streets of ours. Economist Diane Swonk says borrowing for things like columns and mortgages may not resume to normal levels untill the end of the year or early next year if we were lucky. She says the first challenges to undo damage down just in the past two weeks for the bailout was delayed. US economy was clearly aly slipping, and deteriorating before we had this credit market crisis just added insult to injury. Some pounding problem, September saw the biggest drop in jobs in five years. 159,000 and economists only expected those numbers to get worse before getting better. It’s the real perfect storm on the economy, in the sense that you have a credit crunch, then you have a US business cycle recession, and then you have a global recession. So how long it will be before things start to turn around. Some economists we spoke to would say they don’t expect to see the economy improving until the second half of . For CNN money.com, I’m Mary Snow. 200810/53648重庆市星宸介绍

重庆星宸整形什么时候建立Obama Addresses World's Muslims奥巴马:开启与穆斯林关系新纪元 U.S. President Barack Obama says it is time for a new beginning in relations between America and the world's Muslims. The president said they should unite to confront violent extremism and promote the cause of peace.美国总统奥巴马说,现在是开启美国和世界穆斯林关系新纪元的时刻。 奥巴马总统指出,双方应当团结一致,共同应对暴力的极端主义,促进和平事业。Fresh startPresident Obama says, after decades of frustration and distrust, it is time for candor ... for dialogue ... and a fresh start.奥巴马总统说,经过数十年的迷茫和猜忌,现在是坦诚相待、开展对话并开启新篇章的时刻。"I have come here to Cairo to seek a new beginning between the ed States and Muslims around the world; one based upon mutual interest and mutual respect, and one based upon the truth that America and Islam are not exclusive, and need not be in competition," the president said.他说:“我到开罗来是寻求美国和世界穆斯林之间的新起点;一个以共同利益和互相尊重为基础的起点,一个以现实为基础的起点,那就是美国和伊斯兰并不相互排斥,而且不必相互竞争。”Seeking common groundHe spoke in a packed auditorium on the sprawling campus of Cairo University. But his intended audience was far broader: more than one-billion Muslims around the world. 奥巴马在开罗大学的庞大校园里一个座无虚席的礼堂里发表了演讲。不过,奥巴马希望他的演进能够超越开罗大学达到更广泛的听众:那就是世界上超过10亿的穆斯林。"I am convinced that in order to move forward we must say openly to each other the things we hold in our hearts, and that too often are said only behind closed doors," President Obama said. "There must be a sustained effort to listen to each other, to learn from each other, to respect one another, and to seek common ground."奥巴马总统说:“我相信,为了能够向前发展,我们必须开诚布公地讲出我们心中的想法,讲出那些我们常常只在关起门的时候才说的话。必须长期不断地做出努力,相互倾听、相互学习、相互尊重、并寻求共同立场。”The president spoke of his own perspective as a Christian with Muslim relatives who spent part of his youth in predominantly Muslim Indonesia."That experience guides my conviction that partnership between America and Islam must be based on what Islam is, not what it is not," he said. " And I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the ed States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear."Hatred of a fewPresident Obama said problems must be dealt with through partnership, and tensions must be faced head on.奥巴马总统说,必须通过伙伴关系来解决问题,必须正视存在的紧张关系。He said extremists are playing on their differences, and are killing people in many countries of many faiths.他说,极端主义分子利用人们之间的分歧,在很多国家杀害信仰不同的平民。"The enduring faith of over a billion people is so much bigger than the narrow hatred of a few," President Obama said. "Islam is not part of the problem in combating violent extremism, it is an important part of promoting peace."奥巴马说:“10多亿人的坚定信仰远远高过极少数人的狭隘仇恨。伊斯兰不是打击暴力极端主义问题的一部分,而是推动和平中的重要组成部分。”Eliminate frictionThe president said it is important to talk directly about all the issues that have created frictions in the past, from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.奥巴马总统说,直接讨论过去导致擦的所有问题十分重要,不论是在伊拉克和阿富汗的战争,还是以色列和巴勒斯坦人的和平进程。"If we see this conflict only from one side or the other, then we will be blind to the truth: the only resolution is for the aspirations of both sides to be met through two states, where Israelis and Palestinians each live in peace and security," he said.他说:“如果我们仅仅从某一方面去看这个冲突,那么我们将看不到真相。唯一的解决方案是在符合双方意愿的前提下以两国并存的方式为基础进行谈判,以色列人和巴勒斯坦人各自在和平和安全中生活。”Israeli-Palestinian conflictPresident Obama said the Palestinians must renounce violence, and Israel must cease settlement activity. He said all sides must look honestly and openly at the reality of the situation.奥巴马总统说,巴勒斯坦人必须抛弃暴力,而以色列人必须停止兴建定居点的活动。他说,所有各方必须真诚、坦率地去面对现实情况。"Privately, many Muslims recognize that Israel will not go away," the president said. "Likewise, many Israelis recognize the need for a Palestinian state. It is time for us to act on what everyone knows to be true."奥巴马说:“很多穆斯林私下承认,以色列不会消失。同样,很多以色列人也认同建立巴勒斯坦国的必要性。现在是我们根据众所周知的实际状况来开展行动的时候了。”Nuclear proliferationThe president also spoke of the need to work together to curtail the sp of nuclear weapons, making specific mention of Iran's nuclear ambitions.奥巴马总统还讲到,应该合作来阻止核武器扩散。他特别提到了伊朗发展核项目的野心。And he spoke bluntly of the need to promote democracy, religious freedom, and women's rights.他还直率地讲到,有必要促进民主、宗教自由和妇女权力。"I reject the view of some in the West that a woman who chooses to cover her hair is somehow less equal, but I do believe that a woman who is denied an education is denied equality," President Obama said. Before the speech, Mr. Obama met with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and visited a mosque. After the address, he headed to the outskirts of the city to see the pyramids - a nod to the Egyptian capital's long history at the heart of the Arab world.在发表演讲前,奥巴马总统会晤了埃及总统穆巴拉克,并参观了一座清真寺。演讲结束后,他前往开罗郊区参观金字塔。这是他对处于阿拉伯世界中心的埃及首都的漫长历史的首肯。06/73100重庆市星宸整形医院是正规的 Brewing酿酒业Heady discoveries令人陶醉的发现The yeast that gave rise to lager is tracked down to South America生产拉格(或贮陈)啤酒的酵母可追溯到南美Aug 27th 2011 | from the print edition The Patagonian connection 与巴塔哥尼亚高原的联系IN THE 15th century a schism opened in the world of beer. Brewers in Bavaria alighted on a new version of that age-old drink—one that liked to be fermented in the cold and could thus be brewed in winter. The lager revolution had begun.15世纪,啤酒界开始了一次强烈的意见分歧。德国巴伐利亚州的啤酒酿造者们偶然发现这种古老饮料的新变种---一种喜欢在低温发酵,因而能够在冬天酿造饮料。拉格(或贮陈)啤酒革命已经开始。The difference between lagers and more traditional ales lies in the yeast. Ales are made with baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Lagers use a hybrid, half cerevisiae and half something else. The interloper, though, has never been found—until now.拉格啤酒和更传统的艾尔啤酒之间的区别在于使用不同的酵母。艾尔啤酒由面包师傅的酵母---酵母属釀酒酵母(学名为Saccharomyces cerevisiae)酿制而成。拉格(或贮陈)啤酒则由一半酿酒酵母和一半其它东西混合而成的东西酿制。不过,这另一半闯入者直到现在才发现。After a worldwide search, a team of geneticists has pinned it down to South America. Chris Todd Hittinger of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diego Libkind of the Argentine National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, found their quarry over 11,000km (7,000 miles) from Bavaria, in the cool alpine forests of Patagonia. As they explain in a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the newly described species, named Saccharomyces eubayanus, lives in galls that infect beech trees there. These sugary galls often ferment on the forest floor, and locals have been known to make an alcoholic beverage from them. Genetic sequencing confirmed that the yeast in the galls is 99.5% identical with the non-ale half of the lager-yeast genome.在全世界范围内进行搜索后,一队遗传学家已经确认这种闯入者来自南美。威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校的克里斯#8226;托德#8226;希廷格尔(Chris Todd Hittinger)和阿根廷国家科学和技术研究会的迪戈#8226;利布金德(Diego Libkind)在远离巴伐利亚州11000公里(7000英里)的巴塔哥尼亚高原上凉爽的高山森林里找到了他们的来源。根据他们在《美国国家科学院院刊》上发表的一篇论文中所解释,最近描述的这个命名为酵母属真贝酵母(学名为Saccharomyces eubayanus)的物种生活在感染那儿山毛榉树的虫瘿里。这些含糖的虫瘿经常在森林的地面上发酵,当地人一直用它们来酿造含酒精的饮料。基因测序实了虫瘿里的酵母与拉格酵母的非酿酒酵母那一半基因组有着99.5%的相似性。201109/152714重庆市星辰整形在线

重庆市星辰医院是正规的吗Mothers of twins do not just get twice the bundle of joy—they are also healthier than other mothers拥有双胞胎的母亲不仅能得到双份的快乐,而且她们会比其她母亲更健康。THROUGHOUT history, twins have provoked mixed feelings. Sometimes they were seen as a curse—an unwanted burden on a family’s resources. Sometimes they were viewed as a blessing, or even as a sign of their father’s superior virility. But if Shannen Robson and Ken Smith, of the University of Utah, are right, twins have more to do with their mother’s sturdy constitution than their father’s sexual power.在历史上,对待双胞胎有着复杂的感情。有时,他们被视为祸根--家庭中不受欢迎的负担。有时,他们被视为祝福,或作为他们父亲拥有更好的性能力的一个标志。但如果犹他大学的夏侬.罗布森和肯.史密斯是正确的,那么双胞胎为他们的母亲那健壮的体格所做的比为他们的父亲的性能力方面所做的更多。At first blush, this sounds an odd idea. After all, bearing and raising twins is taxing, both for the mother and for the children. Any gains from having more than one offspring at a time might be expected to be like higher infant and maternal mortality rates. On this view, twins are probably an accidental by-product of a natural insurance policy against the risk of losing an embryo early in gestation. That would explain why many more twins are conceived than born, and why those born are so rare (though more common these days, with the rise of IVF). They account for between six and 40 live births per 1,000, depending on where the mother lives.乍看之下,这好像听起来好像是一个奇怪的想法,毕竟对于母亲和孩子,生产和抚养双胞胎是很费力的。每次从多于一个孩子那里获得的比期望的更多,通常会伴随着较高的婴儿死亡率和母亲死亡率。根据这种观点,双胞胎很可能是一次在怀期间用自然保障方式防止流产的意外的副产品。这样就能解释为何双胞胎怀的比生的多,而且为什么生的会这么少(虽然现在更多的运用试管受精已经很平常)。他们解释说每1000个中成活率在6到40之间,这要根据母亲生活的地方。Dr Robson and Dr Smith, however, think that this account has got things the wrong way round. Although all women face a trade-off between the resources their bodies allocate to reproduction and those reserved for the maintenance of health, robust women can afford more of both than frail ones. And what surer way to signal robustness than by bearing more than one child at a time? In other words, the two researchers conjectured, the mothers of twins will not only display greater overall reproductive success, they will also be healthier than those who give birth only to singletons.然而,罗布森士和史密斯士认为这个解释是事情处于错误中。尽管许多女人面临着一个权衡,那就是在身体分配给生育所需的资源和保留给保持身体健康所需营养之间权衡。强健的母亲可能比瘦弱的母亲提供的更多。而且能有什么比健壮的母亲生育多于一个孩子更有说力呢?换言之,这两位调查者推测,双胞胎的母亲不仅更好的展示了整体的生育成功,也会比只生一个孩子的母亲更健康。201105/138087 The current clinical diagnosis of Parkinson’s is based on visible tremors and stiffness of limbs. But researchers say a more comprehensive diagnosis is needed. Dr. Fernando Pagan at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington is the director of the National Parkinson Foundation Center.目前对帕金森氏病的诊断是基于可见的颤抖和四肢僵硬。但是研究人员说,需要更全面的诊断方法。乔治敦大学医院国家帕金森氏病基金中心主任费尔南多·帕甘士说:"There are not only motor symptoms, which has been traditionally the mainstay since 1817, but now we are looking at the non-motor features and understanding when they come into play," Dr. Pagan said.“不仅仅是1817年起开始使用的运动机能诊断法,我们现在还要注意非运动技能方面,并且了解这些因素什么时候发挥作用。”Dr. Pagan and other researchers say environmental and genetic factors could provide clues for diagnosis, treatments and a cure.帕甘士和其他研究人员说,环境和遗传因素能够提供线索,从中找到诊断、治疗和治愈的方法。They are looking specifically at a biomarker - or a gene - found in many people with Parkinson’s.他们把目光放在许多帕金森氏症患者身上都存在的一个生物标志,或者说一个遗传因子。"One of the most important genes that we have found out is LRKK2 gene,” he added. “So if we can understand this particular one, we may be able to find a treatment, or a specific cure, for LRKK2."帕甘士说:“我们发现的最重要的遗传因子之一,叫作LRRK2基因。如果我们能够了解这个基因,我们也许就能够找到治疗、或者治愈这种LRKK2的特殊方法。”Dr. Pagan says that up to 40 percent of Parkinson's patients from northern Africa, and some Arab countries, have this gene, and between 11 to 14 percent of patients of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.帕甘士说,在北非和一些阿拉伯国家,多达百分之40的帕金森氏症患者具有这种基因。在德系犹太裔中,也有百分之11至14的患者有这种基因。201101/124174重庆市星宸美容医院医院账单重庆星辰皮肤整形价格是多少

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